Sulen-Garo made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kabo Town on Wednesday.
He said the appeal became necessary because the 11,780 bags of fertiliser allocated to the area were inadequate due to the large number of farmers in the area.
He said that only 5,890 out of over 11,000 registered farmers in the area benefitted from the Federal Government’s fertiliser policy this cropping season.
“We received 11,780 bags of fertiliser but only 5,890 out of more than 11,000 registered farmers received the commodity this year.
“Most of our people in this area are local farmers who rely solely on government’s subsidised fertiliser and other inputs,’’ he said.
The chairman also called on the Federal Government to review the mode of distribution of the commodity as most of the local farmers had no cell phones with which to receive the text messages.
“The whole aim is to assist local farmers to access the commodity, but not all the farmers have cell phones.
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